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Buber, Isabella
Panova, Ralina
Dorbritz, Jürgen
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Vienna Institute of Demography Working Papers 8/2012
The life span between the mid-twenties and the late thirties is characterised by multiple demands. In recent years, the expression 'rush hour of life' has been used to describe periods of time when conflicting demands are felt most acutely, in particular related to family formation and fertility.
Rush hour of life
fertility intentions
family formation
highly educated
university graduates
Generations and Gender Survey
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